Wednesday, July 17
Meeting Room A
Merrillville Branch of the Lake County Public Library:
1919 W. 81st Ave. Merrillville IN 46410
Yes! You Can Vote!
September 19, 2018 at the Elkhart Public Library
With the November elections just around the corner, the panel will break down misconceptions surrounding who can and cannot vote in the state of Indiana, answering all of your questions about registration, absentee voting, the most recent Indiana voting laws and more. The event will be hosted by the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana in partnership with the NAACP Elkhart Branch.
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Lisa Koop, National Immigrant Justice Center Associate Director of Services
Dwayne Brown, ACLU of Indiana TEAP Advocate
Arvis Dawson, Elkhart County Election Board Member
Where Freedoms Collide: A Spirit & Place Event
November 5, 2018 at the Indiana Landmarks Center, Cook Theatre
Speaking Freely - Butler University Founder's Week
Wednesday, February 6, 2019 in Eidson Duckwall Auditorium, Butler University, Indianapolis
As part of the Butler University Founder's week event, the ACLU of Indiana will host a Speaking Freely panel on the "Rights for Everyone." In keeping with the Founder's Week theme, "BU Be You," the panel will discuss the legal rights and challenges to being yourself. The panel will focus on groups whose rights have been historically under attack such as immigrants, lgbtq folks, religious minorities, women and people-of-color.
A light lunch will be served at 11:30am with the panel discussion starting at noon.
Activist and Educator, ACLU of Indiana
Executive Director, Muslim Alliance of Indiana
Guadalupe Pimentel Solano
Vice President of Indiana Undocumented Youth Alliance
Board President, ACLU of Indiana
Wednesday, April 3 at 7pm
Indiana University Ballantine Hall – Room 109
1020 E Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, Indiana 47405
The College Democrats at Indiana University will host the ACLU of Indiana for a Speaking Freely panel on the "Fighting for Rights in the Statehouse." The panel will discuss current bills in the Indiana Statehouse, how they impact Hoosiers' rights and what students can do to take action. The panel will focus on criminal justice reform, hate crimes legislation, repro rights, immigration rights and lgbtq rights.
- Jeannine Bell, IU Maurer Law Professor
- Katie Blair, ACLU Indiana Advocacy and Public Policy Director
- Dan Canon, civil rights lawyer and former Democratic candidate for Congress
ACLU of Indiana Board Member